TALENT DEVELOPMENT SERIES

2020

FORiTIFYING YOUR HOME CARE WORKFORCE

CAPACITY

Who We Are

The Anchor HealthXchange is a division of the Anchor Group, providing productivity tools and strategic guidance to companies in the long-term care industry to improve customer experience, increase workforce productivity, and realize program and revenue growth.

Our Clients

We serve clients within the long-term care industry.

Why Home Care

We provide tools to assist long-term care agencies to operate more efficiently, as the demand for services rises with the growth of the aging population across the United States.

Who We Are

Background of Talent Development Series

The Anchor Group, a thought leader and strategic consulting firm in the homecare industry, welcomes you to participate in our 2020 Home Care Workers Talent Series.

This year’s theme, “Fortifying Your Home Workforce” will be unpacked through a series of activities engaging industry leaders, regulators, managed long term-care agencies, government regulators, and long-term care agencies to investigate, develop, and engage techniques and activities will enhance their home care workforce –the Talent UniverseTM.

Throughout 2020, the Anchor Group will host several events and activities in collaboration with its partners to engage meaningful conversation to explore solutions to enhance the home care workforce.

Our Clients

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Support seniors striving to age in place.

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Access the most skilled talent pool in New York and Long Island

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Recognized as growth experts in the home care space

The Home Care Industry is a very dynamics space with several professional and paraprofessionals supporting care at patients’ homes, nursing homes, hospice, and rehabilitation centers.  The Anchor Group’s 2020 Talent Series spotlights the Home Health Aides (HHAs) and Personal Care Assistants (PCAs), the largest group of home care service providers.

Home care work typically involves assistance with daily tasks such as eating, dressing, and bathing and some medical services supporting older adults and people living with disabilities remain active in their communities.

Why Home Care?

According to a 2017 IBISWorld report, the Home Health Care industry has $93 billion in revenue in the U.S., with an annual growth rate from 2012 – 2017 of 4%. At-home treatment of patients has gained greater acceptance by physicians and has become an essential source of medical cost savings for patients—to the tune of billions of dollars annually. An aging U.S. population (specifically Baby Boomers) and increased longevity will keep the need for home health care services and overall health industry growth, robust for the near future.

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According to a 2017 IBISWorld report, the Home Health Care industry has $93 billion in revenue in the U.S., with an annual growth rate from 2012 – 2017 of 4%.